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FileZilla is powerful Open Source FTP/SFTP client with many features. It includes a site manager to store all your connection details and logins as well as an Explorer style interface that shows the local and remote folders and can be customized independently. The program offers support for firewalls and proxy connections as well as SSL and Kerberos GSS security. Additional features include keep alive, auto ascii/binary transfer, download queue, manual transfers, raw FTP commands and more.

FileZilla 3.54.0 RC1bugfixes and minor changes:

FileZilla doesn’t merely give you the ability to copy and move files around on your website. You can also make direct edits to files from within the system. If you’re good with programming or need to make some small modifications on a coding level, this can be a time saver. To access editing features: Connect to your website using FileZilla. FTP and HTTPS are protocols 21 and 443 are ports by default FTP uses port 21 and HTTPS uses port 443 with that said any port can be used for any protocol. FileZilla Client is a free and open-source FTP, file transfer protocol, tool that functions with FTPS and SFTP.The intuitive user interface allows for people to easily transfer and download files with their devices and hosting accounts within the terms of the GPL: General Public License.For a free FTP and FTPS server, FilaZilla offers their server as an open-source service. FileZilla Server is a sister product to FileZilla Client. It is an FTP server supported by the same project and features support for FTP and FTP over SSL/TLS. FileZilla Server is currently available only on the Windows platform. FileZilla Server is a free, open-source FTP server. Its source code is hosted on SourceForge.net.

  • Refactored network activity handling, the activity indicators tooltips now display more accurate data

  • Updated SFTP components

  • Small performance improvement sorting very last directory listings

  • Fixed a crash changing numeric permissions value in chmod dialog

Download page: FileZilla 3.54.0 RC1 ~10.0 MB (Free, paid upgrade available)
Links: FileZilla Home page Documentation

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FileZilla includes two ways of logging all communication with the server, which essentially consists of commands sent by the client and server replies.The following chapters will shortly explain, what you'll need to do if you're asked to 'Please post a log'.

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Screen log[edit]

The first logging type is the screen log. It is always enabled, but the pane can be hidden using the View menu. Please note that the screen log is limited to a finite number of lines displayed, long logs may scroll out of the screen and can't be recalled.

Logs are usually abbreviated unless an error occurs. To show complete, unabbreviated logs, you can right-click the log and select 'Show detailed logs'.

What is logged[edit]

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  • Timestamp (optional)
  • Description: Status, Command, Response, Trace etc.
  • Log text: Commands sent, status messages and more

Location[edit]

By default the log pane is located directly below the QuickConnect bar, but you can adjust the location using the interface settings:

  • Above the file lists
  • Next to the transfer queue
  • As tab in the transfer queue pane

Color coding[edit]

The screen log is color-coded:

  • Informational: black
  • Commands: blue
  • Responses: green
  • Errors: red
  • Raw directory listing: Dark cyan
  • Debug messages: Purple

Please note that the last two only appear if verbose logs are activated (using the Debug menu, see below)

Changing the verbosity[edit]

Please don't change the verbosity of the logs for normal operation of FileZilla. Only change it if you're asked for it, change it back after the problem has been solved. Using the Debug menu in the FileZilla settings, you can adjust the verbosity in five levels (0-4) and enable the display of raw directory listings.

File log[edit]

Since version 3.2.0-rc1, FileZilla includes the possibility of logging to a file. Contrary to screen log, file log is not enabled by default.

What is logged[edit]

  • Timestamp: data and time
  • FileZilla process ID
  • Connection ID, browsing connection is 0
  • Log text: Commands sent, status messages and more

Setting up file log[edit]

Just enable 'Log to file' in FileZilla's settings, Logging tab and select a path and filename for the log. You can select the path freely, but you must use a directory where you have write permission.

Limiting the log size[edit]

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On the same tab, enable 'Limit size of logfile' and enter the desired value in Mebibyte (MiB). One MebiByte equals 1048576 Bytes.
Please note that FileZilla makes one backup, so the amount you enter here is doubled!

If the log file reaches the size limit, FileZilla renames it to <filename>.1, and starts a new file. Any <filename>.1 file that exists prior to renaming will be deleted.

See also[edit]

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